Best of Entertainment 2015
There were plenty of impressive performances this year, but BuzzFeed Entertainment talked with a group of actors about their particularly outstanding achievements — on screen and off. Here are our features, presented in chronological order of when they were published.
In 2015, BuzzFeed News talked to disappearing '00s star Susan May Pratt, found out the story behind Love and Basketball, and had Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg talk to each other about their career highlights. Here are our best retrospectives of the year, in the order they were published.
BuzzFeed Entertainment talked to the people behind some of the biggest projects of the year (like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Empire, Furious 7, and Making a Murderer). Here's the best of those features, presented in the order of when it was published. Warning: SPOILERS ABOUND!
From Amy Schumer and Daisy Ridley to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate their 2015 — and others who likely are happy to see it go.
"What the hell did I do? Killed them all, of course." — Robert Durst, The Jinx
I’m not saying they're incompetent, I’m just saying they don’t have a very good track record.
Like that one in Magic Mike XXL, that other one in Jurassic World, that thing that happens to [SPOILER] in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and many more, ranked by (relative) level of shock. Obviously, ALL OF THE SPOILERS are ahead!
"It's like nothing you've ever seen on The Bachelor before." Yeah, right.
There was so much to celebrate this year. "Can you feel a brand new day?"
You're gonna fuck the minion, aren't you?
All of the Real Housewives. All of them.
Backstreet was the only legitimate boy band that ever came out of Florida, period.
Note: We cannot discount the possibility that hundreds of thousands of people wandered into these movies by accident.
So much nostalgia packed into 12 months.
Of course, Netflix could bring any of these back at any moment, because mortality is now a myth.
Spoiler alert, obviously. For everything. We mean it.
The show's top moments of the year, in no particular order.
Movie buffs, here's your shot to show off.
And the award goes to...
Let's make 2016 awesome.
Total. Audience. Rejection.
Sequels aren't just for getting new money out of old ideas anymore. Well, they're not just for that.
Some actually landed on our doorstep, some are still glimmering on the horizon. Insert joke about the mortal coil here.